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Brian Goodall
John Henry Lipian, Larry F Rhodes, Brian L Goodall, Andrew Bell, Richard A Mimna, John C Fondran, Saikumar Jayaraman, April D Hennis, Christine N Elia, Jennifer D Polley, Ayusman Sen: Catalyst and methods for polymerizing cycloolefins. The BFGoodrich Company, Nestor W Shust, Hudak & Shunk Co LPA, January 30, 2003: US20030023013-A1


Methods for the addition polymerization of cycloolefins using a cationic Group 10 metal complex and a weakly coordinating anion of the formula: [(R)zM(L)x(L)y]b [WCA]d wherein [(R)zM(L)x(L)y] is a cation complex where M represents a Group 10 transition metal; R represents an anionic hydrocarbyl cont ...


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Brian Goodall
John Henry Lipian, Larry F Rhodes, Brian L Goodall, Andrew Bell, Richard A Mimna, John C Fondran, Saikumar Jayaraman, April D Hennis, Christine N Elia, Jennifer D Polley, Ayusman Sen: Catalyst and methods for polymerizing cycloolefins. The B F Goodrich Company, May 2, 2002: US20020052454-A1


Methods for the addition polymerization of cycloolefins using a cationic Group 10 metal complex and a weakly coordinating anion of the formula: [(R)zM(L)x(L)y]b[WCA]d wherein [(R)zM(L)x(L)y] is a cation complex where M represents a Group 10 transition metal; R represents an anionic hydrocarbyl conta ...


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Ayusman Sen, Minren Lin: Direct catalytic oxidative carbonylation of lower alkanes to acids. Gas Research Institute, Speckman Pauley & Fejer, April 23, 1996: US05510525 (28 worldwide citation)


A process for direct oxidative carbonylation of lower alkanes to acids having one greater carbon atom. The process uses a metal salt catalyst promoted by halide ions and/or a metal with oxygen as the oxidant in an aqueous medium. The process is especially effective for conversion of methane to aceti ...


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Ayusman Sen, Shahid Murtuza, Seth B Harkins, Cecily Andes: Highly selective catalytic process for synthesizing 1-hexene from ethylene. The Penn State Research Foundation, February 5, 2002: US06344594 (19 worldwide citation)


Ethylene is trimerized to form 1-hexene, at a selectivity of up to about 99 mole percent, by contacting ethylene, at an ethylene pressure of from about 200-1500 psig and at a reaction temperature of from about 0° C. to about 100° C., with a catalyst comprising a tantalum compound (e.g., TaCl


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Larry F Rhodes, Larry Seger, Ayusman Sen, April Hennis Marchetti: Photo-imageable compositions of norbornene and acrylate copolymers and use thereof. Promerus, Penn State Research Foundation, Bernard Berman, August 8, 2006: US07087691 (8 worldwide citation)


Embodiments in accordance with the present invention encompass photo-imageable compositions that include polymers of acrylate-type monomers and norbornene-type monomers. In some embodiments a catalyst system comprising a cationic or a neutral Pd(II) dimer component having the formula (Allyl)Pd(P(R21 ...


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Ayusman Sen, Smita Kacker, April D Hennis, Jennifer D Polley: Palladium (II) catalyzed polymerization of norbornene and acrylates. Penn State Research Foundation, Anthony J DeLaurentis PA, July 15, 2003: US06593440 (8 worldwide citation)


Homopolymers or copolymers of acrylates, homopolymers or copolymers of norbornenes, and copolymers of acrylates with norbornenes, may be prepared by contacting acrylate and/or norbornene monomer reactant under polymerization conditions and in the presence of a solvent with a catalyst system consisti ...


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Ayusman Sen, Suzanne E Schramm, Jeffrey C Trewella, Zhaozhong Jiang, Gregory S Long, Shahid Murtuza: Synthesis of branched polyethylene fluids for use in lubricant compositions. Mobil Oil Corporation, The Pennsylvania University, M D Keen, May 16, 2000: US06063973 (5 worldwide citation)


The novel synthetic polyethylene fluids of the present invention are characterized by high viscosity indices (about 94-151 VI), low pour points (about -60 to -10.degree. C.), and a kinematic viscosity of about 6 to 28 cSt KV at 100.degree. C. The product compositions comprise polymers having a molec ...


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Ayusman Sen, Minren Lin: Catalytic direct oxidation of hydrocarbons to acids. Gas Research Institute, Speckman Pauley & Fejer, February 28, 1995: US05393922 (5 worldwide citation)


A process for catalytic direct oxidation of hydrocarbons, particularly lower alkanes and single ring aromatics, to acids by dioxygen under mild temperature conditions using specified metal or metal salt catalysts. Turnovers in excess of 1000 for acetic acid formation from ethane and in excess of 100 ...


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Ayusman Sen, Anne Pifer: Preparation of aromatic acids. The Penn State Research Foundation, Thomas J Monahan, September 5, 2000: US06114574 (5 worldwide citation)


A process for converting alkyl-substituted aromatic hydrocarbons, such as p-xylene or 2,6-dimethyl naphthalene to their corresponding dicarboxylic acids is disclosed, said process comprising contacting the alkyl-substituted aromatic hydrocarbon with a gaseous mixture containing oxygen, NOx, where x ...



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